Spring is right around the corner (March 20th), and with it comes warmer temperatures, more sun, and higher humidity. While these changes can bring new life to the world around us, they can also take a toll on our skin. In this blog post, we'll explore how spring weather can affect your skin and what you can do to keep your complexion looking its best.
As temperatures rise in the spring, your skin can become more sensitive to the sun. This increased exposure can lead to sunburn, dryness, and dehydration. To protect your skin, be sure to apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30 before spending time outdoors.
Spring is a time when we spend more time outside, which means more exposure to the sun. While the sun provides important vitamin D, too much exposure can lead to skin damage, including fine lines, wrinkles, and age spots. To protect your skin, be sure to wear a wide-brimmed hat and sunglasses when spending time outside, and reapply sunscreen every two hours.
Higher humidity levels in the spring can cause skin to become oily and acne-prone. To keep your skin clear, be sure to cleanse your face regularly, and use a gentle, non-comedogenic moisturizer to keep skin hydrated without clogging your pores.
Spring is also a time when allergies can be at their worst, which can have an impact on your skin. Allergies can cause skin to become red, itchy, and inflamed, and can even trigger breakouts. To minimize the impact of allergies on your skin, be sure to keep your environment clean and allergy-free, and consider using an antihistamine if necessary.
The changing weather in spring can have a big impact on your skin. But by taking a few simple steps to protect and care for your skin, you can help keep your complexion looking its best as the weather warms up. Whether it's wearing sunscreen, using a gentle moisturizer, or keeping your environment clean, taking care of your skin will help you look and feel your best this spring and beyond.